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Old 06-11-2012, 04:13 AM   #1
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To Myrtle Beach from Philadelphia

Was wondering is there anything I should no about traveling from Philadephia to Myrtle Beach on I95. I am pulling a 30 ft tarvel trailer.
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Old 06-11-2012, 06:19 AM   #2
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Just the usual as far as avoiding rush hours around Baltimore and DC. Anytime we are up in that area we avoid both by running 301 down to 50 out of Annapolis, then back on 301 South back to 95 just above Richmond. Take 295 around Richmond and all should be fine. Into South Carolina and take exit 181, and head East on 38 to 501 into the heart of MB.
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Welcome to the forum.

You can not go through the Harbor Tunnel with typical propane set up.
And...
Here is a link to an exit guide.
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Yeah we will be traveling through the night probably leaving around midnight. Is that way pretty fast around the tunnel?
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If you are travelling at night then 95 to 495 around DC, back on 95 to 295, around Richmond, back on 95 is the fastest and most direct. If any concerns about propane on the bridges, or tunnel, just turn off the tanks.
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If you are travelling at night then 95 to 495 around DC, back on 95 to 295, around Richmond, back on 95 is the fastest and most direct. If any concerns about propane on the bridges, or tunnel, just turn off the tanks.
Probably the best route! I95 can be horrible. Its so much better for me since out of Harrisburg you can take 81 south...
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If any concerns about propane on the bridges, or tunnel, just turn off the tanks.
Maybe you are thinking of a different tunnel.

HERE is a link to the:
Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) govern the transport of hazardous materials across our toll facilities. Under these regulations, vehicles carrying bottled propane gas in excess of 10 pounds per container (maximum of 10 containers), bulk gasoline, explosives, significant amounts of radioactive materials, and other hazardous materials are prohibited from using the Fort McHenry Tunnel (I-95) or the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel (I-895). The Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695, the Baltimore Beltway) is a convenient alternative route for crossing Baltimore's Harbor.
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Thank you for all the info.
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